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  • Gina Mckee as Caterina Sforza wearing an Italian-style gown in the 2011 series "The Borgias."
    • Showtime Networks
    • Take 5 Productions

    The Borgias

    2011

    Costume seen on Gina McKee as Caterina Sforza

  • Gabriella Pession as Isabella d'Este wearing an Italian-style gown in the 2016 film "Leonardo da Vinci: Il Genio a Milano."
    • Codice Atlantico
    • Maremosso
    • Nexo Digital

    Leonardo Da Vinci: Il Genio a Milano (Leonardo Da Vinci: The Genius in Milan)

    2016

    Costume seen on Gabriella Pession as Isabella d'Este

  • An extra wearing an Italian-style gown in the 2017 mini-series "The White Princess."
    • Starz!

    The White Princess

    2017

    Costume seen on an extra

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This stunning Italian gown has been seen three times over the years. It was created for Gina McKee as Caterina Sforza in the 2011 season of The Borgias. It was spotted again in 2016 on Gabriella Pession as Isabella d’Este in Leonardo Da Vinci : Il Genio a Milano (Leonardo Da Vinci: The Genius in Milan). In 2017 it appeared on an extra in The White Princess. 

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About the Costume

This stunning Italian gown has been seen three times over the years. It was created for Gina McKee as Caterina Sforza in the 2011 season of The Borgias. It was spotted again in 2016 on Gabriella Pession as Isabella d’Este in Leonardo Da Vinci : Il Genio a Milano (Leonardo Da Vinci: The Genius in Milan). In 2017 it appeared on an extra in The White Princess. 

This stunning Italian gown has been seen three times over the years. It was created for Gina McKee as Caterina Sforza in the 2011 season of The Borgias. It was spotted again in 2016 on Gabriella Pession as Isabella d’Este in Leonardo Da Vinci : Il Genio a Milano (Leonardo Da Vinci: The Genius in Milan). In 2017 it appeared on an extra in The White Princess. 

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    • Wonderful, thank you, and apologies! I’ll be sure to add your name and sighting.

      In future, would you consider e-mailing me your new sightings? If you find an additional sighting of a dress already on the site, feel free to add it the comments, but if you have a completely new finding, e-mail would be easier. It’s hard for me to classify/sort that your Italian dress sighting is posted under a head necklace in the comments the accessory section, etc. There is no great way for me to organize that, and it’s easy for me to accidentally overlook you when I go to make an update. And I absolutely do not want to overlook you, because your sightings are AMAZING!

      • i apologize if i sounded too agressive lol! is there a way to pm/ message you directly through disqus? i didn’t know where else to post a dress that doesn’t already have a dress slot so that you might see it except here and some of my posts are more than one year old, so i thought that maybe more modern content is a priority for you! (no hard feelings if that’s true).

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    • Wonderful, thank you, and apologies! I’ll be sure to add your name and sighting.

      In future, would you consider e-mailing me your new sightings? If you find an additional sighting of a dress already on the site, feel free to add it the comments, but if you have a completely new finding, e-mail would be easier. It’s hard for me to classify/sort that your Italian dress sighting is posted under a head necklace in the comments the accessory section, etc. There is no great way for me to organize that, and it’s easy for me to accidentally overlook you when I go to make an update. And I absolutely do not want to overlook you, because your sightings are AMAZING!

      • i apologize if i sounded too agressive lol! is there a way to pm/ message you directly through disqus? i didn’t know where else to post a dress that doesn’t already have a dress slot so that you might see it except here and some of my posts are more than one year old, so i thought that maybe more modern content is a priority for you! (no hard feelings if that’s true).

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    • Wonderful, thank you, and apologies! I’ll be sure to add your name and sighting.

      In future, would you consider e-mailing me your new sightings? If you find an additional sighting of a dress already on the site, feel free to add it the comments, but if you have a completely new finding, e-mail would be easier. It’s hard for me to classify/sort that your Italian dress sighting is posted under a head necklace in the comments the accessory section, etc. There is no great way for me to organize that, and it’s easy for me to accidentally overlook you when I go to make an update. And I absolutely do not want to overlook you, because your sightings are AMAZING!

      • i apologize if i sounded too agressive lol! is there a way to pm/ message you directly through disqus? i didn’t know where else to post a dress that doesn’t already have a dress slot so that you might see it except here and some of my posts are more than one year old, so i thought that maybe more modern content is a priority for you! (no hard feelings if that’s true).

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